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for hundreds and hundreds of years. it appears the pope gave the announcement in latin. that is all we have a moment. we are obviously going to be following this story very closely indeed to see how things develop. >> i understand information just coming in, and very scarce at the moment. but any idea as to why he is going to resign? and why he has made this announcement? >> at the moment, we have no idea of whatsoever why he decided to resign and why he made the announcement at this time. we do not know if it has anything to do with problems he may have to do with his help. whether -- health. whether he believes the time has come for somebody else to replace him. whether there are some interior motives within the church hierarchy for this. at the moment, no motivation whatsoever about his decision. >> what exactly will happen next after the pope's resignation? >> this is also something we have not seen in modern times. it remains to be seen what will happen after february 28. if he does step down, obviously a conclave will have to be held in rome for the election of a future pope who will
catholics did a double take over the news that benedict xvi had given his two weeks' notice in latin. why now and what does it mean for the church? who could possibly replace him. here's terry moran. >> reporter: it seemed an ordinary rainy monday in the vatican. except maybe for that lightning bolt striking st. peter's. pope benedict xvi gathered a group of cardinals for a small ceremony, the canonization of three saints. his bombshell came at the end. [ speaking latin ] >> reporter: he spoke in latin, the ancient language of the church. i have come to the certainty, he says that my strengths due to an advanced age are no longer suited to an adequate exercise of the papacy. >> i'm shocked. >> reporter: around the world, from insiders to outsiders, the reaction was the same. >> today's decision by benedict xvi to resign from the papacy came as a huge surprise to me and to everyone in rome and in the vatican. >> reporter: for almost 600 years, it hadn't happened. for almost 600 years, popes died in office. with this one stroke, benedict xvi has changed history. >> no one alive has seen any
, and latin-america. including cardinal le nard doe santri. and tim dolan from new york. however, being from a world super power could hurt his chances. it's the first time in six centuries that the cardinals will choose a pope while the previous one is still alive. benedict's resignation shocked the world. the 85-year-old pontiff has slowed down significantly in recent years, but the vatican stressed that no specific medical condition prompted this decision. >> he certainly slowed down a bit. you could tell he had trouble negotiating steps. he started using the cane several months ago. >> reporter: in his announcement, the pope said, quote,"i have had to recognize my incapacity to adequately fulfill the ministry entrusted to me." pope benedict xvi has overseen a series of scandals and controversy, including the sex abuse crisis in the catholic church. his critics charge he was not progressive enough, upset he condemned gay marriage, the ordination of women, and allowing priests to marry. but supporters viewed him as a steadfast leader, and praised him for warning against the subtle influenc
during with cardinals this morning. the announcement in latin. 6:25 is the time. a very surprising announcement, because the pope usually continues his duties .ntil death he sent out to a tweet yesterday's and "we must trust the mighty power of god's mercy. we are all sinners, and his grace transforms us and makes us ."w that is leading to speculation kind ofre is some controversy. says that, due to his age, decision withe freedom to resign and that longer has the strength adequately continue office due to his advanced age. >> the significance of this cannot overstated. this is the first time in 600 pope has resigned of holding the post until desks. there's a process that will be nt in place quickly sonat a pope can be put in before easter. he's in his 80s now. he will be resigning at the end. >> he was one of the oldest was electedhen he age of 78, following the ii.h of john paul this news is rocking the vatican around the world curious to hear what is .he future the vatican says they will make sure this process happens as possible, a quick that theon and succeon of his ♪ [ male
that is very heavily in latin america. about 42% of catholics are in latin america now. they're growing as well in africa. only 25% in europe, but more than half of the cardinals who will come here to vatican city and who will announce a new pope are from europe. so, here's the big question. will there be a different kind of pope? there are candidates from latin america, some are talking about america's timothy dolan but most talk has been on cardinal from nigeria. we're still waiting to hear exactly when that conclave will take place. >> chris, you were there eight years ago when pope benedict was chosen. now there as he abdicates. chris jansing live in rome. >>> turning to weather, some connecticut residents are still digging out from this weekend's big weekend. hamden they cleared 3 feet of snow. some are upset secondary roads were not plowed but the heavy snowfall overwhelmed city work cruise. the storm is blamed for 18 deaths in the u.s. and canada. speaking of weather, let's go now to bill karins, nbc meteorologist. so much to watch over the last four days. >> it looks like another possib
opponents. >> one of the most dangerous airports in latin america is about to cancel operations. now this report from ecuador. arriving or departing from quito can be quite an adventure. >> quite an experience. you must weave around hills and buildings, diving sharply to read the runway. in its 53 years in operation, there's been more than one dozen fatal accidents here with airplanes either crashing near the airport or skidding off the runway. olga lost family members of an airliner crashed during takeoff in 1998, killing 79 people. >> the airplane could not take off. my cousin, two daughters and their grandparents died. few hundred just a meters from the runway. she now says a prayer for every airplane that takes off. departing aircraft face a mountain's trade ahead and the engines need all their strength for a steep climb. of therport in the heart capital is shutting down. ,4 kilometers away from quito a new airport opens on wednesday airports 6 400 meters down in altitude, to make landing and takeoff better. the new airport is also situated in a flat, open area. >> it has the lat
were ordained maybe 1920, '30 and '50. all of the theology was done in latin. it was quite definite and monolithic. these men come and they are open and they receive first of all an experience of church. these men pray together, celebrate the eucharist together and also they have these meetings at the two coffee bars, that they call bar jonas. they begin to see we're multicultural. gradually they learn from experts, they study theology. they took charge of the council and some of the document prepared by the vatican congregations were rejected because they were too legalistic and a whole new approach came thanks to what these men were experiencing as church people. they did an extraordinary job. >> i want to ask you too, vatican ii is a brand name in the church. you say vatican ii, people know it all. >> i'm talking about people from all faiths and no faiths. we don't really -- we really don't know the details. it's kind of a brand thing and we have '62 and '65, you were ordained in '62. it was planned if our -- for a couple years. yet, it was
in latin america, seen growth in africa, leading to questions, father, about his success so, whether it could be someone who is from africa, from latin america, maybe even dare we say, north america. >> could well be. the church certainly has shifted, as you say, it's suffering in western europe, yet there are 61 cardinals from europe. the college of cardinals that will be voting. the church is exploding in latin america, africa and parts of asia. there are some viable candidates. so, i wouldn't be surprised if the church moved in that direction. and north america, you think of cardinal oulet from quebec, would certainly be a leading candidate. cardinal dolan, possibly. i think the cardinals will look around the world, sure, for a possible candidate. >> right now, they are looking up at the stage and the pope is going to speak in portuguese as he continues his final good-byes to the faithful, speaking in many different languages. there are preparations under way already, something that is, again, as we talked about the historic nature of what we're seeing and the difference from anyt
about latin america and the caribbean to the debt is a success to focus on latin america and the caribbean as a region in developing a u.s. policy given the fact that so many of the country's different in so many of them. i think about latin america and the caribbean as a region there's a kind of natural affinity for trade policy. we do share some problems of just the kind of trance national borders to deal with trafficking and arms and drugs until there are reasons to work into the region to be also think that since the organization of the states have a democratic charter we should have a view first and foremost the neighborhood as being democratic once you get beyond the big categories you really are talking about the countries that are very different in how they interact with the globe. brazil thinks of itself of course as a regional leader but brazil is one of the most important emerging economies for the whole global economy it's one of as we call them the bricks the emerging economies that has the chance to structure how the economy is going to look going forward. w
around latin america and the u.s. we will speak with daniel alarcÓn, author of, "lost city radio and annie correal. all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the obama administration has agreed to show two congressional panels the stated legal rationale for assassinating u.s. citizens overseas. on thursday, the white house directed the justice department to release a controversial 2010 memo to the house and senate intelligence committees. the memo details the administration's legal justification for targeting the american-born cleric anwar al awlaki, who ultimately died in u.s. drone strike in yemen. the memo's release follows growing calls from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle for access to the administration's guidelines for drone strikes and other attacks targeting u.s. citizens overseas. a bipartisan senate letter demanding the memos earlier this week had accused the white house of "practicing secret law." it also follows this week's leaking of a white memo that allows for the killing of american
up for black and latin use to succeed in high school and slowly that population has been squeezed out of that school. that school was a preschool. i think there needs to be a look at marshall high school and we need to ask ourselves what's going on over there how many our black people and latin are not being served thank you, very much. . next speaker >> good afternoon supervisor stop corporate rape of our library. private shut up of our community and perhaps because of the public library has began to make our information public. a discretionary fund and these funds are budgeted at $65,000 yes and no and the library expand this amount. this is the extend detail and he spends it on the undefined business expense. this may be one explanations why there is an over flow of spending funds ridiculously. the bigger request is why the forensics are not allowed - are allowed to continue with no oversight from the board of supervisors. the private fundraisers always assume they can harass the critics to exploring the truth. it is certainly why i was arrested at a board of supervisors meeting
from latin america. huge news for the region -- whatever happens in the vatican is very closely followed by the area. >> and a reminder how he is seen. appointee. perhaps creating unease -- he has chosen to go. >> he is a priest of priests, the holy father and people pray to him every sunday. to suddenly have him step down, what other catholics think of him, his views, conservative or liberal, it will be a very profound shock. a sudden death in leadership. it is very much a top-down organization. but there were a lot of rumblings now that things need to change in the needs to be more safe for people, including the layman. >> what is likely to happen now? the vatican has spoken about the transition every period being as brief as possible. >> people will be scrambling obviously. we did not know -- of course, it is so extraordinary. but with john paul ii, there years people thought any minute we have to plan for the future. they are talking about a short amount of time. maybe it will be just weeks before they have a new gathering of all of the cardinals in order to vote in a new po
on behind the scenes. he made this announcement in latin at what would otherwise be a fairly routine gathering of cardinals. you have to understand, a lot of cardinals don't speak latin, so they weren't even sure what was going on. reportedly, those who could understand, some of them started to cry. the pope then went back to his private headquarters and cried. what do you think, catherine, or what are you hearing? >> part of me wishes i was there just for that amazing moment, we're going to canonize these 800 martyrs, oh, by the way, i'm resigning. and this pause as this latin translation hits the first. he did found a latin academy, maybe people should start going. i suspect, on the other hand, that benedict, we know he's been meditating this for a long time. maybe the actual moment was very dramatic for him, but at the same time, we understand, he makes us understand that this was a decision made with serenity. what i've heard is that he went and he divested his investments and he simply said, it's in god's hands. and i think that trust in god that he's shown for his ponti pontifi
and top corporations. >> what do you think is causing that change? it was so prevalent in my latin culture. >> being here in the united states because of the feminist movement. my mom, similar to many of our moms, she worked came home and cooked and cleaned. that is a machismo mentality. i'm equal, i'm going to wash the dishes, you're going to cook or -- >> i must say when i watched, for example, telemundo the programs are still back in the '50s. >> they are also tipped in latin america. that's still the way latin american culture is. latinos here have a different perspective. >> sorry to keep pushing you. do you think there is now latinos are almost 20% of the american population, high teens anyway. >> the average is 26 years old for latina. we're still young. >> exactly. >> younger generation that is making the changes. >> and will it be able to transfer back to central and south america now that you're liberated do you have relatives back there you can help out. >> yeah. i think stow. i have relatives back there, i know when they see me they're like, wow, you're doing you're own thing a
they created. there is more impetus for reform coming particularly from latin america, which has borne the cost of the war on drugs. they are wondering why they are implementing these policies and make things worse in our country, in order for u.s. consumers to have drugs available to them. that just doesn't make sense. so you have a sitting president is opposed to ex-president, those who are calling for a serious debate on drug policy reform, there have been a series of initiatives that we can go into detail on in the discussion that is coming from the region. most significantly, at the request of mexico and colombia and guatemala, the eco- stock has just approved a u.n. general special session taking place in 2016 and will provide the next really serious opportunity for a convention reform. .. they wanted to grow coke in the united states so they could have better access and i think the quote was they want to have greater agricultural knowledge of the plant to be able to tinker with levels of cocaine, tinker with different flavor. so they asked the federal government, right after the conventi
a statement in latin saying that he'll resign effective february 28th at 8:00 p.m. local time. he said in the last few months, that his mind and body, have quote, deteriorated. >> i'm shocked and startled as of all of you. >> reporter: this morning, reaction from new york's cardinal dolan. >> there's a somberness there. there's a sadness there. >> reporter: benedict, who's 85 years old, has been pope since april 2005 who took over for the immensely popular pope john paul ii. his papacy has been marked by controversy. the pope criticized for how he handled the situation in his prior jobs when he was archbishop in germany and later a top vatican official. on a visit to america in 2008, he became the first pope to meet with the victims themselves. on a lighter note, benedict has become known as his personal idiosyncracies like his bright red shoes. he's been using a moveable platform to carry him down the aisle of st. peters basilica. this morning after he made his announcement, he was helped down from his chair. while this is a surprise the pope has said in the past that he reserved the
about whether it might be an african or latin since the church is growing so quickly in those regions. the bottom line is the vatican is is hoping there will be a new pope by easter, bill. >> bill: this will be tricky, too. what will pope benedict do after he resigns. >> not much precedence with popes. he has wanted to retire actually for some time. that he actually wanted to retire before he became pope. that pope john paul ii really needed him and wanted him around and discouraged him from those very thoughts. it is said that he will be leaving that congregation of cloistered nuns in the vatican. there he will pray and probably write. bill. >> bill: amy kellogg, thank you. reportingreporting from rome lie tonight in that fox report. president obama's offering appreciation and prayers for the pope. now he and the first lady have warm memories of their meeting with the holy father in 2009 at the time a spokesman said the pope was very impressed with the president and for his part the president said he looked forward to a very strong relationship between the united states and the vatic
of the 50's that blended the latin bolero with the latin sound. the second was chico, we like always to put these little names to people. my name is carlotta but my real name was charlotte and they called me carlotica, little charlotte. he moved to new york city in 1948, where benny goodman hire him and he became very famous in new york at the time and he died in new york in 2001. one of the pieces of my ticket to ride is how many cubans of irish ancestry are there. because this connected to my family, that's why i wanted to read it to you. in the 40's, my father moved to new york in search of his destiny. he learned to make brillantine in red, blue and golden colors to give a beautiful sheen to the hair. in his spare time, when he could break free from his alchemist's captive vit, he would go listen to cuban music at the park plaza hotel in manhattan. those were happy times and years later became a happy tomic with me, convinced early on that my father inhabited a magic world. a few years ago, while listening to a recording of cuban blues by chico, i remembered in new york in those stories
, the middle east, latin america. it has had an impact in countries we do not know enough about. we're doing a project with six editors in latin america to look at how wikileaks has played a role in their politics. >> the media got distracted by the personality issues with julian assange. it is a fascinating, dark, twisted story, whatever is true. " people got obsessed with it. >> that is what happens. >> we have a cover story on the kim kardashian wedding now. [laughter] >> you have to pay the bills. the serious side of kim kardashian. >> i do think it is a problem. we are undertaking a project next year, the kind of project inspired by the works project to have the team across the country of writers, artists, documentarians, photographers to document poverty in this country. it is the 40th anniversary of the book "the other america." we have this human-resources, people who want to do the project. they can do it in a way to tell the human stories. human stories are key. we can use the human stories to tell the story about the structural problems of poverty in the country so it has more tha
, announcing in latin he was stepping down. i have to recognize my incapacity to adequately fulfill the ministry entrusted to me said the 85-year-old pontiff. he mentioned no specific ailment but said his advanced age forced the decision. and that his strength in the last few months has deteriorated. in st. peter's square, tourists and pilgrims were stunned. >> i don't know what to say more than this. just really surprised. >> reporter: pope benedict had been looking frail recently, using a moveable platform during services, so he wouldn't have to walk. relying on a cane. the pope wants more rest, said his 89-year-old brother in germany. he said his brother has been thinking about stepping down for months. and had been advised by his doctors not to take anymore long, international flights, such as a planned trip to brazil in july. the pope's decision is unprecedented in modern times. the last similar case was pope celestine v, who had praise for pope benedict today. >> he has given church the last great service he will give the church. he's stepping off the stage when he feels he ca
another intermediate phase, and this intermediate phase is called the latin occupation. and in the 13th century, you have the genoese and the venetians, the italians, they arrive and take over. and the byzantine empire shrinks to a single city called nicaea. now, following the shrinking of the empire, the general territory and the original capital city of constantinople is in the hands of the west, of the italians or the genoese, the venetians. and so you have the phase, and for very appropriately, this phase is called the latin occupation, lasts about 60 years. and there's a tremendous exchange of cultural ideas and art forms. in fact, the great city in italy, venice, was very much inspired and very much influenced by the byzantine-- this particular phase because art is traveled to the adriatic coast in italy, byzantine artists, and brought art with them. and so the byzantine art became very popular. th during the middle 13th century, because the second intermediate phase lasts from 1204-1261, so from 1261-1453, you have the last phase of the byzantine empire often referred to as the p
latin america which has borne the cost of the u.s. war on drugs. increasingly officials are saying why are we giving these policies that made things much worse in our countries in order for u.s. consumers to have less drugs available to them? that just doesn't make sense to go for the first time you sitting presidents as opposed to ex-presidency like santos in columbia, guatemala, or calling for aces debate on drug policy reform. there been a series of initiatives that we can go into detail on in the discussion but they're coming from the region. but most significantly at the request of mexico, colombia and guatemala, ecosoc, the un's ecosoc has just approved the holding of a u.n. special session. human general assembly special session on drugs which will take place a few years from now, 2016. but provide the next really serious opportunity for convention reform. who knows what will happen? it's too far out, but there is clearly a move for change in the region and that's why the u.s. government is so nervous. thank you. >> i actually want to do one more story your as you were talking,
s gratificante de su vida con este tema. >> esto es especial para mí, el "latin grammy" que me gané con ese disco, es importante para mí. >> aunque ha tenido éxito con su tema descontrolate, el tema yo no sé mañana es su himno. >> la música es algo que desde chiquico, más allá del trabajo que realizo, sigo siendo fanático de la música. >> a la ciudad de (nombre en inglés) un popular programa de citas por internet le propuso cambiar de nombre. >> lo dejamos con el noticiero univisión. . se reiraq de su cargo y se hablo en cadena naciónal indicando que nadie está por encima de la ley y tenemos las reacciónes. >>> buenas noches >> comenzamos el noticiero en el vaticano donde quedan solos unas horas para que el papa benedicto xvi renuncie >> y hoy queda su última audiencia de los miércoles y fue muy interesante su discurso donde hablo com en su pontificado tuvo momentos de alegría y luz, también hablo donde indico que el señor se había quedado durmiendo. >> muchos dicen que tiene relación a los abusos sexuales en la iglesia católica. >> nuestro corresponsal nos cuenta sobre lo
is from ghana he would be the first black pope. one of the strongest candidates from latin america is from brazil. only cardinals under the age of 80 can vote for pope benedict's successor which means 118 are eligible. this morning the two mowning men charged with murdering a chicago teen will make their first appearance in court. police say 20-year-old kenneth williams and 18-year-old michael ward mistook her and her friends for members of a rival gang and shot them in retaliation. >> i am amazed. i am so excited. i am happy that the murder is off t -- murderer off the street. >> she died one week after performing at the president's inauguration. >> such a sad story. president obama presented a brave army receipt van with our nation's highest military award the medal of honor. former staff sergeant was at a combat out post in afghanistan in 2009 when three taliban fighters launched an ambush. it was one of the bloodiest of the war. they called in air support that killed 30 enemy fighters and resiced h -- risked his life to retrieve the bodies of the fallen p. >> they fought valiantly and
to a gathering of cardinals in latin. citing his age, pope benedict said to do his work both strength of mind and body are necessary and that his have deteriorated "to the extent that i have to recognize my incapacity to fulfill the ministry entrusted to me." vatican sources said the pope had been considering his resignation for some time, but the clerics who heard it were still taken by surprise according to bishop oscar sanchez. "we were all stunned" he said. "all the cardinals looked atll each other and that was it.ook we asked for a last blessing." but perhaps they should have seen it coming. benedict has been in failing health for some time and had previously said he would consider resigning if he felt he could no longer carry on. but vatican officials said no specific medical condition prompted the resignation. vatican spokesman father federico lombardi said the pope acted with what he called "great freedom and clarity." >> we will continue to love him and to receive his love. >> reporter: benedict is one of the oldest popes to be elected at the age of 78 in 2005 and he had to cope with
up of so-called developed countries unlike latin america in the '80s and '90s and asia in the late 1990s that any of the lessons that a lot of the people in this audience learned, you know, from those two crises and other ones in turkey and -- i could run on, east and central europe -- were not valid for them. because they were so-called developed economies. and so what i thought i would do here is just run through some of the lessons that we learned there that i think, you unfortunately, should have been looked at by the europeans. and they're only now starting to realize that they could have cut down this present negative situation because, let's face it, europe as a whole with a few exceptions is in either recession or stagnation. first, each country is unique and a cookie cutter approach does not work. this is something they didn't want to see. obviously, greece got into a situation by longtime mismanagement on the fiscal side, dragged the banks in. in the case of ireland, it was the banks that dragged sovereign in, much different i. wilbur is an expert on that. in the case of
black pope, and the first -- there are those from latin america as well. after that bill is where it gets interesting. not since gregory the 12th in 1416 have they had a situation where there is a former pope and a pope. so the many people are asking about what the role of the pope will be once he steps down. it's my understanding he will not go into seclusion, according to his aid he'll live in a cloistered monastery in the very back of vatican city, and he'll continue to write. the question remains if he has a matter on doctrine about which he writes and the new hope whomever he may be has a different thought, whether there might be some sort of division within the church. they say they are not concerned about this at all, this is not a man who has ever sought political power or anything like that and they believe that he will just write and pray and live out his days in a monastery in the back of vatican city. that will be something that no one of course has seen in many centuries, but there doesn't seem to be a lot of concern about it around here e. says according to his aides
brief announcement in latin, benedict set a modern precedent that ensures his successors can follow the same both. as one put it, he broke a taboo. catholics around the world reacted with surprise, some sadness, but overall there was a sense that benedict had done the right thing for himself and the church. >> it is an act of humility for the pope to realize that he can no longer physically and mentally discharge the duties of his office. >> reporter: even as benedict's legacy is being debated, the struggle for succession has begun behind the scenes. [ cheers ] >> reporter: latin americans feel their time has come, and there are several strong candidates including cardinal leandro sandri of argentina. the region is home to 42% of the world's catholics, and the church needs a bulwark against gains making by even evangelical christians. africa has the fastest growing catholic population. cardinal peter turkson, who is only 64, tops many lists to be the first black pope. the strongest european candidate may be italian cardinal scola. there's a front-runner in north america, mark willet
it in latin and it was definitely unexpected. his last day will be february 28th. right now we are standing in front of st. mary's cathedral. we are hoping to get comment from them a little bit letter this morning. even given his old age and ailing help, you normally don't see popes step down. the last time it happened was nearly 600 years when pope gregory xii resigned. he did so to end the civil war within the church. pope benedict emphasized that carrying out the duties of being pope the leader of more than a billion roman catholics requires strength which he simply doesn't have anymore. after having repeatedly examed my conscious before god, i have come to the certainty that my strength due to an advanced age are no longer suited to an adequate exercise. pope benedict the 265th pope was born in 1927 as joseph in germany. he was forced into the hitler's youth at age 14. he served in the army but was desserted. he led the church since 2005 through a time that has seen him criticized for the handling of the parishioners of church. this really sets the stage for a conclave to elect a new po
, but nobody saw that coming. this morning he announced that in latin so it made it even more difficult for people to get that through that little speech that he gave to a number of cauldrons in a low key event. he just passed it on as an everyday kind of duty, and that was it. that's pope benedict xvi gone. that was the shocking part. that he didn't make a big deal out of it. >> as we understand it, he is iffing to vacate the office. he will abdicate at the end of the month, which is february 28, of course, and then the college of cardinals will convene. claudio, he has apointed a mof cardinals, so it is a full group of cardinals that will be making this critical decision. >> indeed. in a way if you look back at what happened in the last year or two years of his pontificate, he seemed like he had this at the back of his mind for a while now because he has come out with a number of surprised -- it's when you create new cardinals to hype up and increase the number of cardinals that will go to the sistine chapel to elect a new pope. you think was he already thinking about abdicating back
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